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Document version control gets a face-lift in SharePoint 2007
In this edition of SharePoint Insider, you will explore how SharePoint 2007 reduces the complexity associated with document version control. You'll also learn the best way to get collaboration software such Lotus Notes/Domino and SharePoint to work well together. Finally, learn about how to put together a solid SharePoint governance plan, why it's important, and how forming a search governance committee to oversee the plan is a best practice. Get expert advice and your biggest SharePoint document version control questions answered in our latest issue.
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MOSS 2007 has the ability to differentiate between major and minor versions, but that adds to its complexity.
As companies transition from employing Generation X to Generation Y workers, use of collaboration software such as Lotus Quickr and Microsoft SharePoint is beginning to gain steam for project and document management. For enterprises that rely solely on Lotus Notes/Domino and Lotus Quickr, the ability for individuals to share information is relatively straightforward and seamless. But even in Domino shops, new applications are cropping up virally that administrators must deal with. Windows SharePoint Server (WSS) 2003 is one such example.
SharePoint enterprise search can be improved by forming a solid governance plan and a knowledgeable search governance committee to oversee and implement the plan. Here, learn what the governance plan should address and who should be a member of the search committee.